LAU Sin Ting
Tiffany LAU is a young artist inspired by how childhood toys and gadgets can function as both playful artistic installations and objects for reflection and contemplation. LAU is interested in the concept of 'bitter fun', where kinetic objects can instil a shared emotional sensation, whilst simultaneously reminding us of the contrast between youthful expectations and lived reality. LAU is an expert in interactive electronics to reinterpret familiar objects and transform them into microcosms of experience. She is presenting an expression that deviates from humanity along with passive and helplessness by mechanization.
Interactive media installation, paper, LED, GYP61 sensor, Arduino, Touchdesigner
35 × 50 × 50 cm
The origin of the trauma in society today was directed at Lam Cheng’s government. The public considers her to be the instigator of all the damage. Her impracticable policy and wavering decision-making continue to consume trust with the public. When people destroy integrity with others, it’s just like a crumpled paper that never returns to the straight look.
By twisting the origami, the Lam Cheng ball will deform and move on the screen. Everyone can prank the instigator to vent personal emotions to soothe society’s post-traumatic stress disorder.